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  • #16
    Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

    Yes I agree also with David.

    But I remember I did express same thing to Amith in an other thread using phrase : A bad workman always blames his tools.
    Right away Expert-Mike suggested I should be banned from this forum.

    But lets wait E-M's comments.

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    • #17
      Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

      Please... everyone else... don't let this thread get hi-jacked like so many others. This will be my last response to any of Ken's posts. I urge others to consider the same.

      Back to the issue at hand. I don't mind jumping into a process to see where it might lead... but that is after a bit of research. I would never consider using a Grid for Mobile no matter what features it offered. Same with Repeating Sections. They're just not built for Mobile. And I can't see how calls to external UX components would be any better than embedded components... rather a lot worse.

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      • #18
        Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

        Hi David,

        I do not have grid or repeating section(thats for inside components). I am using sample splitview menu from alpha sample only and it works as standalone ux but as soon as I use it as embedded component it screws up entire menu.I need to use it inside login panel card after login as I could not find UX to ux redirect inside phonegap.
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        • #19
          Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

          Thanks David.
          I have now "Build your app with a UX using Integrated Login... and all within 1 UX. Embed a UX if you must", but its having css issue with out of box menu in embedded component. Its almost there but css has issues. "SAMPLEPLAYER123.V.R1.VIEWBOX.CONTROL making it login_SAMPLEPLAYER123.V.R1.VIEWBOX.CONTROL and thats why menu is completely off."

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          • #20
            Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

            Also I do not want login and main(player and coach ux) on same single UX as there are many client/server side codes I need to write after login which I do not want to combine in single BIG ux.
            My design-

            Login UX(working-integrated mysql 4 tables based login)
            PlayerUX(hierarchical menu sample from alpha mobile-works as standalone-menu screws up as embedded ux in login ux)
            coachUX(hierarchical menu sample from alpha mobile-works as standalone-menu screws up as embedded ux)

            Based on user group(either player or coach) I will load either playerux or coachux and then in each of these ux I have multiple functionalities and panelcards.
            Right now menu screws up when embedded in login component.

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            • #21
              Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

              I am almost there with the overall design for my first phonegap app except this menu off issue(I am trying to find a way)
              3 ux components- login, player, coach and each one having multiple panle cards. Login will have embedded register and reset and player and coach UX. based on click I am loading register ux, reset, player or coach ux inside login as embedded ux. Now the issue is this splitview menu getting off...

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              • #22
                Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

                I think there is a bug in sample splitview expanding treeview. It does not work when its embedded in another ux(thats a big bug). I will add another post on this bug.
                1 steps to reproduce
                1 create sample splitview expanding treeview(works standalone)
                1 create another ux and embedd above ux(menu css is off bug)
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                • #23
                  Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

                  I don't see an issue. Since the UX is a template it will be easy to create a sample. Please do so and post it. This is a screenshot of the embedded TreeMenu in a UX... looks ok.
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                  • #24
                    Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

                    Thanks David again. One of the reasons we bought alpha is the really good alpha forum community. Is this menu working for you when embedded in login mobile component? I need this UX enabled/displayed in login UX(logout panel from alpha sample) once user logs in(please use out of box mobile login sample that enables empty logout sample panel card but replace that logout panel content with this embedded ux), this UX template is working for me when used standalone but not when embedded in entry point login UX(inside logout panel created by alpha)
                    Last edited by amitloh; 07-05-2017, 07:17 AM.

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                    • #25
                      Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

                      You'll need to be more specific about the alpha sample you're using... is it a template... what is the specific name... where you got it... or at least post a sample. The UX Templates I see return the user to the Panel_Login panelcard after logout.

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                      • #26
                        Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

                        Hi David,

                        I posted a sample on, please take a look at it.
                        https://www.alphasoftware.com/alphaf...vided-by-alpha

                        Both UX components are from alpha new ux template(login and splitview)
                        Last edited by amitloh; 07-05-2017, 12:39 PM.

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                        • #27
                          Re: UX to UX redirect in mobile app

                          Now persistent login also working for me on android app which is great. Thanks David for your help.

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